Crash course: Colliding cold and warm
air causes the warm
air to rise in an updraft.
But temperatures during those seasons haven't warmed
significantly, says Sturm.
Remove from, the heat, strain, and reserve the sausages keeping warm
And then you look at how the earth's temperature has responded, and it has not warmed
more than a tenth or two-tenths of a degree.
As a hurricane cruises over the ocean, it intensifies through the constant input of warm
, moist air from the sea surface.
Accompany with warm
kohlrabi salad and semmelschmarren.
Slice each lobe into six pieces and set aside keeping warm
They may, in fact, have to warm
up twice before the game: (1) warm
up and sit down for about five minutes, and (2) then throw again.
According to Gregory Bossart, a marine-mammal veterinarian at Florida's Harbor Branch Oceanographic Institution, "As the plants close, the manatees may be at risk of dying from cold-water-related illnesses." That's because manatees only have a thin layer of blubber, or fatty tissue, to keep warm
. The blubber works as insulation--trapping heat, like a down jacket.
They're warmer because of the Gulf Stream, which carries warm
water northward and eastward to the North Atlantic.
It was during the Medieval Warm
Period that the Vikings discovered Greenland and made their other remarkable voyages of exploration in the North Atlantic.
Males, in particular, need to keep warm
so they can sing to win mates.